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  • 1. Barriers ToCommunication 1
  • 2. Introduction Barriers are the OBSTACLES which gives rise to some problems in communication. An obstacle to communication is known as BARRIER. 2
  • 3. Communication Barriers Bad expressions. Inaccurate translations. Inattentiveness. Unclarified and vague assumptions. Distrust. Premature evaluation. Fear. 3
  • 4. Communication Barriers Physical noise. Distance and time. Source. Distractions. Lack of common knowledge. Perpetual distortions and Semantics. 4
  • 5. Bad Expressions Bad expression suffer from verbosity,inaccuracies,omissions and uncertainties. Repetitions and irrelevant matters irritate both receiver and sender. It leads to loss of valuable time. 5
  • 6. Inaccurate Translations The information flows from all the directions.The necessary information has to be translated in a suitable form, before it is transmitted other wise it leads to inadequate and improper understanding at the other end. 6
  • 7. Inattentiveness Inattention leads to inadequate absorption of message passed on by other. It leads to unnecessary discussion and wastage of time. 7
  • 8. Un-clarified and vague assumptions The assistance manager to do the needful. For information and necessary actions. Instructions to all concerned. 8
  • 9. Distrust If you trust the speaker then every thing that he says appears true. If you distrust the speaker, it appears untrue. Trust plays an important role as such distrust is another barrier to effective communication. 9
  • 10. Premature Evaluation Even before the communication is complete, some people start reacting to it and frame their judgments and replies. This premature evaluation of any communication is harmful to the cause of the organization and also for sender and the receiver. 10
  • 11. Fear Fear is yet another barrier to communication. The sub-ordinates have a fear of their superiors in every organization. 11
  • 12. Physical Noise Any disturbance or interference that reduces the clarity and effectiveness of communication. Verbal communication is difficult in work places like foundry. 12
  • 13. Distance And Time Distance and time also act as a barrier to smooth flow of communication. If the distance and time between the sender and the receiver is more, the communication is not clear and it may fail. 13
  • 14. Distortions If the messages are not received properly due to distortions of the speaker, say his mannerism, or behaviour, the receiver cannot receive the message fully. Fear. 14
  • 15. Lack Of Common Knowledge Common knowledge is essential to communicate. Many people use words which are not easily understandable, intentionally to impress others. If the meanings are not clear, proper communication is not possible. 15
  • 16. Semantics Semantics is the study of words and signs. Most of the communication is carried through words ,whether spoken or written but the words are capable of communicating a variety of meanings. 16
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